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A quick reminder to those of you in South Norfolk and North Suffolk that this Saturday is the yearly "Children's Event". This year NorwichAS will be joined by the East Anglian Rocketry Society, the British Science Association and Plan Eat Save from Norfolk County Council! Talks, Rocket making / Launching, a Minecraft tour and lots more.

Thanks,

 

Chris

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